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The Daily Dispatch: October 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], The dismissal of the British Consuls — official correspondence. (search)
t to leave the country has been published. The official correspondence relating to this action is published, and below we give a condensed view of the letters: Mr. Benjamin to Mr. Slidell. Secretary Benjamin, writing to Mr. Slidell, Oct. 8th, 1863, says: "The conduct of the British consular agents in the Confederacy has compelled the President to take the decisive step of expelling them from our country, and it is deemed proper to put you in possession of the causes which have pr obviate all risk of misapprehension. I am, sir, respectfully,Your ob't serv't, J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State. Hon. John Slidell, Commissioner, &c., &c., Paris, France. Mr. Benjamin to Mr. Fullerton. Mr. Benjamin, writing Oct. 8th, 1863, to Mr. Fullerton, British Consul at Savannah, refers to the correspondence which has passed between that Consul and Gov. Brown, of Ga., (already published by the press,) and says: It thus appears that the Consular Agents of the British